Hotel Sugar Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... like forever but once we arrived at Rio Perdido we were shocked by how beautiful and remote this resort was. The rooms are private cabins in the woods with clearly marked trails leading you down to the river. We were treated to a lunch buffet and a welcome drink. After lunch Christine and I headed down the trail down to the hot springs for a swim. The river was completely covered by trees and very shady. The water was crystal clear and about 90 degrees. We took ...
... with 'We are the champions', and rapidly descended it karaoke chaos with everyone singing 'Barbie Girl'. I told Tom we HAD to get Martin to do a song, he ended up putting him down for Right Said Fred, 'I'm too sexy'.... He wasn't going to do it but we managed to persuade him and him and Tom basically sung it together with everyone else joining in parts of it. Weirdly it was the best song we had managed to do all night as well as incredibly hilarious. I haven't laughed that long for a ...
... experience doing it and therefore on one occasion he managed to get hold of my so well and shoved me under the water so hard that he ripped my regulator out of mouth so the mouthpiece came off and actually started drowning me. Fun! Julian, as I have learnt from EFR is also the worst person to do this sort of thing with as he'll either help or hinder you and in many occasions was still drowning himself despite the fact I had rescued him. After all ...
... br> later kindly shopped for us when he went back into the village to do the same
as once set up it is a longish process for us to take down the awnings and pack
stuff if we want to drive anywhere. He also very generously left us some
delicious Arabica Costa Rica roasted coffee along with some other food goodies
when he packed up to return to San Jose. Thanks, Federico – we salute you! We
also met Manuel’s nephew, Miguel with whom I chatted at ...
... is better there.
Well, it isn’t bright clear skies in Tamarindo, but close. And it isn’t raining. It is 3:30 PM and I just sat down poolside at the Jardin del Eden Hotel in Tamarindo. This hotel looks like it will be a very pleasant place to spend Christmas. Tonight we will be taking in the mandatory $100 per person Christmas dinner. The setting for the dinner in the poolside ...